Acer Bluetooth 1.2 USB Dongle User's Manual
6 Configure Bluetooth
The Bluetooth Configuration Panel provides access to settings for Bluetooth services,
client applications, hardware, security, discovery, accessibility, default paths, event
notification and other Bluetooth related items.
To Open the Bluetooth Configuration Panel
From the Windows Control Panel, select Bluetooth Configuration
In the Windows System Tray, right-click the Bluetooth icon, and select Advanced
Configuration from the shortcut menu.
Bluetooth Services are services that this computer provides to remote Bluetooth devices.
The Bluetooth services on this computer are referred to collectively in the Bluetooth
configuration panel as "Local Services."
Bluetooth Applications are software applications on this computer that allow this
computer to use the Bluetooth services that are provided by remote devices. The Bluetooth
applications on this computer are referred to collectively in the Bluetooth configuration
panel as "Client Applications."
Bluetooth Services and Bluetooth Applications usually have coinciding names; e.g., there
is a File Transfer service and a File Transfer client application.
How this computer provides a service to remote devices is configured on the Local
Services tab of the Bluetooth configuration panel.
How this computer uses a service that is provided by a remote device is configured on the
Client Applications tab of the Bluetooth configuration panel.
This is the highest-level directory on this computer to which a remote Bluetooth device has
Devices that have been granted access to this computer's Bluetooth Exchange Folder also
have access to all sub-folders contained within that folder and all files in those sub-folders.
NOTE: The Bluetooth Exchange Folder is shared by the PIM Item Transfer and the File
Transfer services and can be configured from the Properties page of either of those
services. When the Bluetooth Exchange Folder is re-configured for either of these
services, the other service will be updated to use the new location.